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Focus (Family: Entertainment Fellowship) #610484

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 22, 1996
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(Studio: Sara James) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Dan Lothian) An effort in Hollywood to change the entertainment industry from the inside by toning the product down to make it more palatable for the family examined. [Entertainment Fellowship Founder Robert HANLEY, fellowship member Peggy McCAY, three MEMBERS, screenwriters Brent MADDOCK, Steve WILSON, Children Now Vicky RIDEOUT, producer Dick WOLF - talk about the business and their efforts to make changes.] The issue of how much is too much for the viewing public outlined. Findings of a survey by the National Institute for Media and the Family on parents' views of the influence of movies and television on their children cited.

James, Sara;
Lothian, Dan

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